Turf―Overseed warm-season grasses such as centipede or Bermuda with annual ryegrass for a green lawn during the upcoming winter months. Color beds―Remove spent summer annuals, prepare the soil, and plant cool-weather annuals now. Add a balanced slow-release fertilizer, organic matter such as composted pine bark, and then till the bed before planting. Fall greens―It’s not too late to sow seeds of mustard, collards, turnips, and lettuce for a fall garden. In the Upper and Middle South you may want to use transplants of lettuce for best results.
Thanks to Southern Living for this month's Yard and Garden Tips
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